Posts Tagged “finance”

Lib Dems should back a judge-led inquiry into financial scandal

by Stephen Tall on July 4, 2012

I get why the Tories are opposed to a judge-led inquiry into the scandalous rate-rigging practices employed by Barclays and other banks: their experiences of the Leveson Inquiry show how scandals, even ones that blend across the red/blue parties, have a habit of rebounding on the government of the day. I get why Labour are […]

So here’s an e-petition I won’t be signing

by Stephen Tall on July 3, 2012

It’s good that the rate-rigging of Barclays (and almost certainly other banks) has been exposed. It’s important that we have an inquiry — whether judge-led or parliamentary I have no particularly strong views either way. But then I came across (…)

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